Renishaw opens new Technology Centre in Bangalore to support its growing customer base
December 14, 2022 5:09 pm
The new facility is now providing customers with access to demonstrations of Renishaw’s solutions for metrology, and material analysis.
Renishaw, a global engineering technology company recently opened a new technology center in Bangalore, India to support its rapidly growing customer base in India. It officially opened the new facility on December 7, 2022, and the new site is now providing customers with access to demonstrations of Renishaw’s solutions for metrology, and material analysis.
After experiencing growing demand in the Indian markets, Renishaw made the decision to move to a new 12,000 sq.ft. facility that houses its technical, operations, sales, and marketing teams, warehouse, and Technology Centre. Located on the ground floor of the new facility, the Centre allows companies to work with Renishaw engineers to understand how their processes can become more efficient and productive using Renishaw technologies. Visitors to the Centre will be able to view demonstrations of Renishaw’s extensive product portfolio, including its advanced metrology equipment for process control applications, such as the EquatorTM flexible gauge and scanning systems for CNC machine tools.
Those attending the inauguration day included William Lee, Renishaw’s CEO; Andy Buttrey, President of Renishaw APAC; and Paul Gallagher, Vice President and Managing Director of Renishaw APAC. Other guests included Mr. P. Ramadas, Managing Director of Ace Manufacturing Systems and Past President of the Indian Machine Tool Manufacturer’s Association, and over 30 CEOs, Managing Directors, and Vice Presidents from renowned manufacturing companies operating in India.
“Last year, India rose to number two in the Global Manufacturing Index, showing how the market is growing in the region,” explained Paul Weaver, Director of Sales & Marketing at Renishaw Metrology Systems Ltd. “We opened our first training and demonstration centre in Pune in 2008, and we thought now was the right time to increase our investment in India. “The new facility is crucial in enabling us to keep up with the country’s industrial growth and continue to expand our customer base.”
“At the inauguration day, we showcased our advanced systems to fellow manufacturers, partners, and potential customers, and highlighted our long-term commitment to India, where we have operated since the 1980s,” commented Paul Gallagher. “We demonstrated how Renishaw’s dedicated team can support and provide the technical training people need to get the most out of their manufacturing and metrology processes.”
On December 7th, the guests at the inauguration cut the ribbon to officially open the facility and unveiled a commemorative plaque. After the ribbon cutting, the team lit a traditional Indian Samai lamp, which was followed by an address by Mr. Ramadas on the future of the manufacturing industry in India and a guided tour of the new facility by Renishaw employees.